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The Children’s Society. Rutty, G. (2009). Body Identification: Briefing Guide to Assist in Body Identification. : NPIA. Tarling, R. and Burrows, J. (2004). The nature and outcome of going missing: The challenge of developing effective risk assessment procedures. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 6(1), 16–26. Thompson, T. and Black, S. ) (2007). Forensic Human Identification: An Introduction. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis Group. C. BURGESS Contents Introduction 21 The Coroner’s Role 22 Mass Fatalities 25 What Are the Coroner’s Responsibilities?
This act largely replaced the Coroners Act 1988, when it came into force (July 25, 2013) although many of the general principles governing the way in which coroners work remain broadly unchanged. , the Coroners (Investigation) Regulations 2013, the Coroners (Inquest) Rules 2013, and the Coroners Allowances, Fees and Expenses Regulations 2013 (UK Government, 2013), which lay down the processes that are used by the coroner and those working for him or her. Identification 23 The 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009) created a new post of chief coroner of England and Wales.
If the bodies lie across the district of more than one coroner, then the coroners concerned should consult early on and agree which of them is to become responsible for the incident (and become the incident coroner), and then transfers of jurisdiction can be made under the provisions of Section 2 of the 2009 Act (UK Government, 2009) between the coroners in whose districts the bodies actually lie. Under the UK law, the coroner is responsible for each body, including: • Examination (if the family/next of kin object to an autopsy, the coroner can override their objections) • Retention • Transfer and eventually handing back to the family/next of kin • Exhumation (should the need arise) Identification 29 The coroner is ultimately responsible for the correct identification of an individual.